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    Tips for Librarians: Spanish Books Spring 2014

    While many public libraries in the U.S. have been serving Spanish-speaking patrons for years, in some parts of the country libraries are just beginning to engage this part of the community.

  • Libraries

    Check it Out with Michael Kelley: Simon & Schuster’s E-book Lending Pilot

    When it comes to the library e-book lending market, it’s fair to say that Simon & Schuster has been the most cautious of the major houses.

  • Copyright

    OnCopyright 2014 Focuses on the 'World We Live in Now'

    “We used to get our news from a couple of anchormen," noted Forbes CEO Mike Perlis in his OnCopyright 2014 keynote. "That’s not the world we live in any more."

  • Copyright

    Program Announced for CCC’s OnCopyright 2014 Event

    The event is set for Wednesday, April 2, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 pm, at the New York Academy of Sciences, located at 7 World Trade Center. Registration is still open.

  • Libraries

    "What Does All This Have To Do With Libraries?"

    For me, the Public Library Association Conference—held every two years—is the single most important event for gauging where public libraries are headed. And this month’s event didn’t disappoint.

  • Content / e-books

    Apple Loses Two Key Decisions in E-book Case

    The rulings are a double whammy for Apple, paving the way for the class action suits to continue, while all but knocking out Apple’s defense.

  • Content / e-books

    Apple, Publishers Battle New E-book Antitrust Claims

    Two new suits were filed this month against Apple and the five major publishers involved in a 2010 e-book price-fixing conspiracy, raising the possibility of a new e-book antitrust battle involving aggrieved retailers.

  • Content / e-books

    E-book Settlement Refunds Released to Consumers

    Roughly $166 million in settlement funds collected as part of a deal to settle state and consumer charges of e-book price-fixing began flowing to consumers today.

  • Content / e-books

    Apple’s May Trial Date in Doubt

    Citing numerous pending motions, a letter to the court from the class plaintiffs acknowledges that a May trial may be a stretch.

  • Content / e-books

    Google, Viacom Settle YouTube Copyright Suit

    Copyright experts had seen the case as a key test of the DMCA's "safe harbor" provision, which protects Internet service providers from liability for the infringing behavior of its users.

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